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Trying for maximum hashrate at this point. 1370 MHz at 1150 mV, see if that's stable, and 2250 MHz at 1025 mV, see if that's stable too. Getting 27.8 MH/sec at this speed, 2.9 MH/sec more than at 1316 MHz at 1100 mV and 2000 MHz at 975 mV.

My 480s get 27mh/s with 1050 core, 2200 mem. There is a bottleneck with the vram, so your hashrate is much more affected by it, rather than the core speed.

Unless your electricity is free, it is very inefficient (not cost effective) to be cranking up the core clocks and voltage like that. With my current settings, I'm at 870mv core, 920mv mem.
     
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Trying for maximum hashrate at this point. 1370 MHz at 1150 mV, see if that's stable, and 2250 MHz at 1025 mV, see if that's stable too. Getting 27.8 MH/sec at this speed, 2.9 MH/sec more than at 1316 MHz at 1100 mV and 2000 MHz at 975 mV.

My 480s get 27mh/s with 1050 core, 2200 mem. There is a bottleneck with the vram, so your hashrate is much more affected by it, rather than the core speed.

Unless your electricity is free, it is very inefficient (not cost effective) to be cranking up the core clocks and voltage like that. With my current settings, I'm at 870mv core, 920mv mem.

My electric is free... but I probably will make it more efficient when it's no longer my primary gaming rig.

The higher core clock is for FFXIV... not for mining. And the clocks proved to be unstable.
Edited by Sonikku13 - 8/27/16 at 6:14pm
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My electric is free... but I probably will make it more efficient when it's no longer my primary gaming rig.

I mine on my main PC too and I just switch profiles for when mining and gaming. Mining I just set it to 1200MHz core 2225MHz memory at reduced voltages which runs a lot cooler and quieter and produces the same hashrate as higher clocks for gaming.
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My electric is free... but I probably will make it more efficient when it's no longer my primary gaming rig.

I mine on my main PC too and I just switch profiles for when mining and gaming. Mining I just set it to 1200MHz core 2225MHz memory at reduced voltages which runs a lot cooler and quieter and produces the same hashrate as higher clocks for gaming.

I'll probably do it that way from here on out.
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I'm getting 550,000-650,000 ppd in F@H with my two RX480s, in case anyone was wondering. I just hit 10M points today smile.gif
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OK, guys or gals.....a little instruction might help.

I have the Powercolor Red Devil RX470....and I have to say, thus far, I'm not really impressed.

I've had two driver crashes while on the desktop. I'm using the latest driver FYI. mad.gif

I just ran Graphics Test 1 of Firestrike...and the card never hit the 1220, it was more like 1100. What gives?

I'm sure if I mess with it and get more familiar with it I will get used to it. I'm used to using MSI AB, but it doesn't work with the new AMD cards. I believe they are working on a beta.

If anyone can either point me to a guide or can help out it would be great.

EDIT; Just chose 3DMark to try to adjust some settings.....another application crash.

EDIT II: I just moved over to the other bios, which is supposed to boost the card to 1270/1750. lmao It doesn't even come close...it does maintain the 1220/1750 though.


EDIT III: Sorry guys....lol

I just adjusted the core clock to 1270, put the power limit all the way up, raised the voltage to 1.175v via Wattman. I gained what.... .point .7 fps? lmao


What is the point of having boost, if it's not ever going to hit it without changing every thing via Wattman? It still doesn't maintain the 1270 as you can see.
Edited by Hequaqua - 8/27/16 at 8:09pm
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What is the point of having boost, if it's not ever going to hit it without changing every thing via Wattman? It still doesn't maintain the 1270 as you can see.

Different GPUs give different results, it's mostly a function of voltage.

Reduce the voltage until you can maintain stock clocks or you get instability. 1.175V should not be needed for anything below 1300Mhz. In fact, 1.1V should not even be needed. Most find 1050 to 1075mv to be plenty. These voltages are NOT the set voltages, but are the post-Vdroop (or under-load) voltages.

I've found that voltages below 900mv, at any clock speed (even 150Mhz), can bring instability when clock speeds change again.

Many AIB RX 480s are cards for tweakers, this is probably doubly true for the Red Devil.

Care to share you ASIC Quality? I think the latest batch has been better than the initial batch.
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Different GPUs give different results, it's mostly a function of voltage.

Reduce the voltage until you can maintain stock clocks or you get instability. 1.175V should not be needed for anything below 1300Mhz. In fact, 1.1V should not even be needed. Most find 1050 to 1075mv to be plenty. These voltages are NOT the set voltages, but are the post-Vdroop (or under-load) voltages.

I've found that voltages below 900mv, at any clock speed (even 150Mhz), can bring instability when clock speeds change again.

Many AIB RX 480s are cards for tweakers, this is probably doubly true for the Red Devil.

Care to share you ASIC Quality? I think the latest batch has been better than the initial batch.

I left the power limit at the max, put the voltage back to automatic. I did set the P states 4-6 to 1270, and it was much better. The asic is lousy 67.5. frown.gif I had forgotten to change my display settings in Windows as well. It was running at 60hz. I have a 144hz monitor, but I set it to 120hz(I normally am running my 970's in SLI, and it keeps a high core clock when it's set to 144hz. Those changes did seem to help.

I am so used to the 970's that it may take some time to work through Wattman. I have had the Radeon setting application crash many times already, something that I'm not accustomed to. Here is Valley with the changed settings....a little better.



This is an increase of about 17fps over the R9 270x that this is replacing.

Thanks for the tips!

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Why on earth would you raise the voltage when you are at 1270? You want to hit your power limit faster without any performance improvement? That's the only reason I can think of. I don't understand why you would do that. By driver crash do you mean wattman closing? That's not the same as a driver crash. That started a couple of driver revisions ago and should be fixed soon. (I hope.) You just restart Radeon Settings from the start menu. The driver isn't resetting and wattman settings aren't lost, just wattman closes. Otherwise something else is going on. Maybe it's the insane voltage your running to get 1270 stable. 1270 should be stable between 1025 and 1068 depending on your asic. If it's not something is very wrong. If the instability your talking about is just Radeon Settings Closing, as I said it does that. Doesn't affect anything but cause an inconvenience. It shouldn't cause you to have to re-enter your wattman values. Raising voltage for something other than stability is pointless like I said it would just get you closer to the power limit faster. If the driver is actually resetting and your losing your settings you may have other problems. I did run into some stability problems when I accidentally ran 164mv over what I needed for stock settings. I applied my voltage offset but forgot to overclock. After a few min my system was unresponsive. That's only happened to me once. But I don't go around running things with extra voltage on purpose. I don't know if that's happening to you, but 1170 is way over what you need for 1270.
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Glad you figured it out. Sorry I was typing the same time as you I guess. Good luck.
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